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Hi everybody -- -- -- here's your font slash today we commemorate the 150 anniversary of the battle of Gettysburg.
When Brothers are fighting Brothers in the American civil war and employment was live on the battlefield where the historic showdown took place.
We're standing on the Pennsylvania monument here and behind that is -- an actual battle of Gettysburg.
Took place it is considered sacred grounds are nothing is behind us and memorials.
Are all spread out together a 130 events but I history really coming to -- this morning we're joined now by president Abraham Lincoln good morning to you -- Who represented the union of course and represented the confederacy we have general -- -- -- mornings you so they're putting aside their differences and coming to life for us this morning why it was a battle of Gettysburg considered the turning point in the civil war.
We have to -- war in here in the east things -- -- going terribly bad.
People who supported the war we're losing that support and encouraging their representatives to divide the country and we just didn't really hit the -- today.
Have beliefs and inspiration that they can win the war and this victory happen their attitude change every -- -- have part of every move support.
-- -- -- Obama and spend generally initially you are asked by president Lincoln to lead the federal army but -- said no I'm.
I have to be -- Virginia.
Well I owed everything I -- and -- grand old flag duty and honor demanded.
That I joined the cause of the confederacy.
Probably total bull -- that concept of states' rights specifically the tenth amendment and the more the most sacred of all the amendments because when the bill right.
Which basically stipulates that any power not delegated by the constitution to the united states -- the federal government.
Nor denied to the states becomes the sole purview.
Of the stage -- and more importantly the people.
Re -- of that battle are taking place through Wednesday.
And two apartment buildings come tumbling down.
It's at 101000 detonators to bring down the building.
Scotland -- -- wedged between the two survived with only minor damage.
-- does that's one of us slash -- thousands have brought us a day off right -- morning dose of FOX & Friends at 6 AM eastern right here on the Fox News Channel.
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